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Despite mercenaries’ presence, PC asks Libya Army units to reposition to reopen coastal road

The Libyan Presidential Council, which is the Chief Commander of the Libyan Army, has called on Sirte-Jufra Operations Room to reposition its forces immediately to make way for the reopening of the coastal road and facilitate the transportation medium of citizens.

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Al-Menfi examines the intensification of security cooperation and border control with Niger and Chad

Dr. Mohamed Al-Menfi, Head of the Presidential Council, met with Niger’s President Mohamed Bazoum and Chad’s Transitional Military Council President Mahamat Idriss Déby on the sidelines of the Chad Basin’s extraordinary summit of heads of state and government in Nigeria’s capital, Abuja.

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Haftar invites Prime Minister, Head of PC to attend Operation Dignity anniversary

Khalifa Haftar, who commands self-styled armed forces’ general command and has recently attempted to seize power by a military coup, invited Wednesday the Prime Minister Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah and Head of Presidential Council, Mohammed Menfi, as well as the Speaker of House of Representatives, Aqila Saleh – in addition to Presidential …

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Libyan human rights group appeals to GNU to intervene in securing release of Hanan Al-Barassi’s children

The Libyan Crime Watch appealed to the Ministry of Interior of Government of National Unity (GNU) to intervene immediately in the release of Ayman and Hanin Al-Abdali, the son and daughter of the assassinated female lawyer and human rights activist, Hanan Al-Barassi in Benghazi.

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Aldabaiba vows to visit Benghazi despite entry refusal to his forward security detail

Libya’s Prime minister Abd Alhamid Aldabaiba vowed yesterday to visit Benghazi soon and that he would not let ”minor impediments” stop him and his government. The pledge came during a cabinet meeting during which he read out his government’s achievements in its short time in office.

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